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Jason Snell for Tom's Guide
May 9, 2019 2:18 PM PT
Google this week announced the Pixel 3a, a $399 phone with most (but not all) of the features of last year’s flagship Google smartphone, the $799 Pixel 3. While this move definitely puts some pressure on Samsung and Apple, who continue to reap most of the profits in the smartphone market, it’s not likely to end the era of the premium smartphone.